GA Suggests Another $2.7M For JMU

Recommendations Before McDonnell

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Posted: April 18, 2013

Work continues on the James Madison University Student Health and Success Center, being built on Mason Street. General Assembly recommendations include allocating $62.9 million so the university can complete construction of the new home of some health sciences programs at the former Rockingham Memorial Hospital site. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Construction crews work on the new JMU Student Health and Success Center, seen earlier this month on Mason Street. General Assembly recommendations would allocate additional funding to complete construction of the new home of some health sciences programs.
HARRISONBURG — The General Assembly’s 2013-14 budget amendments could add $2.7 million to James Madison University’s budget, above the $1 million allocated by Gov. Bob McDonnell.

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